up. people were sharing coffee and stories. one woman whose house was not damaged at all, she set up a stand with donuts and hot chocolate trying to make the best of this. it was really a people coming together, wolf. but when it was time to go in, authorities let them in, then it was each family, each person, left alone with what they were about to see. we had a chance to go in with christina and b.j., a mother and a son. i stood with the mom, christina, right before they went in the house, they let us go in with them. they looked at me and let out this deep breath and she said, mike, i don't know if i want to go in. we had to push them in. wolf, we're talking water four and a half feet high in the house. you could see the water line with the debris and the water basically must have went in the house, shuffled furniture, knocked over a refrigerator and just left this family's home and life in a shambles. i talked to christina, she tried to keep a strong veneer up, but at one point emotions just got the best of her. let's watch.